Exciting News: Talking Apes Podcast Returns for Season 3!

Hello there fellow primate enthusiasts!

We’re thrilled to announce that Talking Apes Podcast is returning for its highly anticipated Season 3.

Get ready to dive back into the captivating world of great apes as we explore their fascinating lives, our connections, and the urgent need to protect the delicate ecosystems that sustain us all. If you’ve been eagerly waiting for more ape insights, mark your calendars because our first episode is set to release on September 21st, just in time for the celebration of World Gorilla Day on September 24th.

Photo courtesy of GRACE Gorillas 

A Gorilla-Sized Celebration

To kick off our new season in grand style, we’re excited to feature Dr. Katie Fawcett. Katie is Programs Director at GRACE – an organization dedicated to the protection of critically endangered Grauer’s gorillas. Her expertise and dedication to gorilla conservation will provide us with invaluable insights into the challenges and triumphs of safeguarding the world’s largest primates.

Reflecting on Season 2 

Season 2 of Talking Apes Podcast was a wild success thanks to your unwavering support. Our podcast reached incredible milestones with over 10,000 downloads spanning across more than 100 countries. We couldn’t have done it without our passionate listeners.

What’s Next?

We’re excited about the amazing guests who will be gracing our podcast for Season 3. Prepare to be enlightened by renowned primatologists, paleoanthropologists, environmental journalists, and more. These experts will help us unravel the intricate web of connections that tie us to the world of great apes and the broader natural world. 

We’re looking forward to continuing this journey of exploration, learning, and advocacy alongside all of you. See you September 21st. Let’s make Season 3 the best one yet! 

Don’t forget, you can help make this podcast happen by becoming an official troop member through Patreon. Click HERE to learn more. 

Featured photo ©GEllis/GLOBIO at Ape Action Africa